Sometimes it is comical, with a letter being reduced to just a fragmentary sentence or two.
One of his latest intros: “It would be comical if it was not so pathetic.”
Their book is written under alternating headings, “Leiber” and “Stoller,” and is as quippy and comical as their lyrics ever were.
But the festive mood of the Roaring Twenties demanded a comical usage, and thus was “okey dokey” born.
The charts now featured the likes of Limp Bizkit, a rap-metal band whose misogyny was so overt as to be comical.
The clown who, with a comical show of respect, offered her what she needed for her next feat, told her this.
"Well, that's nice," retorted Benedetta with comical indignation.
Into the midst of the throng ride Don Quichotte and his comical companion, Sancho.
The Augustan Age was comical enough, if we may trust some of Horaces satires.
This comical scene over, Immermann then first introduced me to the foolish yet interesting creature.